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非営利・営利部門にみる社会的起業

Social Entrepreneurship in Non-Profit and Profit Sectors : Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives

1st ed.

(International Studies in Entrepreneurship : Vol. 36)

Peris-Ortiz, M. (EDT)   Teulon, F. (EDT)   Bonet-Fernandez, D. (EDT)

Springer 2017/01
133 p.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319508498
KCN: 1027473787
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KDC: E222 起業研究
D226 NGO・NPO研究
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This volume examines the theoretical and empirical landscape of social entrepreneurship in both non-profit and profit sectors. It extends the traditional view of social entrepreneurship to include the environmental and institutional factors that affect the emergence of social entrepreneurship activities, such as formal laws, regulations, procedures and informal institutions. The editors aim to provide evidence and increased understanding of this growing phenomenon. Social Entrepreneurship is gaining recognition as a key element of economic and social development. It embraces a wide set of situations with a broad scope of activities in for-profit and non-profit organizations interested in social performance and/or in economically profitable performance, with an emphasis on achieving social aim. In the strict sense, social entrepreneurship corresponds to entrepreneurs whose main concern is to achieve social objectives rather than to obtain personal financial profits. However, there is still much to be learned about the dynamics and processes of social entrepreneurship. The current literature in the field has tended to focus on psychological experiences and personal characteristics, or on organizational perspectives such as resources, capabilities and leadership. This book intends to provide theoretical frameworks and empirical studies to this very new and broad field. Specifically, this book provides a collection of contemporary research in the following topics: How to create opportunity through social innovation How to detect entrepreneurial opportunity to meet social needs How to develop social entrepreneurship, while still seeking profits How to discover opportunities for different forms of social entrepreneurship Featuring contributions from around the world, this book is a valuable source for students, academics, researchers, policy makers, and professionals in the area of social entrepreneurship.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Social Entrepreneurship in Non-Profit and Profit Activities.- Chapter 2 Social Entrepreneurship and Institutional Factors: A Literature Review.- Chapter 3 Cultural Values and Social Entrepreneurship.- Chapter 4 The Broad Dimension of Social Entrepreneurship.- Chapter 5 Social Entrepreneurship and Institutional Conditions.